The East Aurora Village Board has agreed to sell the former fire hall at Oakwood Avenue to the Town of Aurora for $450,000. The sale still needs formal approval from the town board.
After several months of meetings, the Marilla Historical Society and Marilla officials signed a contract at the July 14 meeting. However, there was still a misunderstanding about funding after signing the contract.
Born and raised in East Aurora, John Flynn is now on the ballot as a candidate for Erie County District Attorney. Until he went away to college, Flynn spent his entire life in East Aurora.
The Iroquois Board of Education began its 2016 to 2017 school year with a reorganizational meeting to swear in elected officials and appoint officers for the year. Board members Charles Specht and Dave Lowrey remained president and vice-president, respectively. The two elected candidates reflect a wide realm of experience and tenure.
State Senator Patrick Gallivan stopped by 42 North Brewing Company on June 30 to tour the brewery and talk with 42 North owner John Cimperman about the workings of a local brewery, and its involvement with the community.
Patrick Kerrigan owns and operates Niagara Lumber & Wood Products, Inc. located at 47 Elm St. in East Aurora. He has been in business since January 1991 at that location, which was briefly owned by Gromin, Inc., but best known historically as the Godfrey Feed Mill.
If one thing is clear about the girls in the EMW 4-H club, it’s this: they are a very tight-knit group.
The mantel at the Hanes residence in Elma is getting bigger. And it's not that the wooden shelf itself has grown, but rather what sits atop it.
Of all the local golfers who competed in the 64th International Junior Masters at East Aurora Country Club, only one made it to a championship flight round in consecutive years.